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Concerns have been raised over the seriousness of Nathaniel Clyne's back injury after the defender was left out of Liverpool's Champions League squad.
The club submitted their 25-man list to UEFA but the England right-back was not on it, along with unwanted winger Lazar Markovic whom the club could not offload in the transfer window.
Midfielder Adam Lallana was included despite still being out with a thigh injury which, when diagnosed in early August, was expected to keep him out for three months, while Sheyi Ojo and Ryan Kent have also been put on the list despite being on loan at Fulham and Freiburg respectively.
Liverpool cannot now alter their Champions League squad until the knockout stage in February, providing they qualify, which suggests Clyne is likely to be unavailable for the medium term.
The club did not respond to requests for clarification of Clyne's omission or the extent of his injury.
Clyne played just 45 minutes in Liverpool's opening pre-season fixture against Tranmere but has not featured since.
The 18-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold has impressed at right-back already this season with Joe Gomez, 20, providing cover and manager Jurgen Klopp is likely to continue to rotate the two for the first half of the season.
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Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey took to Instagram to voice his thoughts about Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's deadline day move to Liverpool.
Ramsey said: "Another of our British boys heading on to new things. Not only have we lost a great player we've lost a great guy in the changing room and It is sad to see you go mate."
"Had some great memories over the years playing along side you and I wish you all the best with this new chapter in your life ?#theOX"
Arsenal playmaker Alexis Sanchez looks set to stay with the club after the Gunners failed in at attempt to sign Thomas Lemar from Monaco.
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Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is undergoing a medical at Crystal Palace after they had a £26million bid accepted.
The France defender spent the second half of last season on loan at Selhurst Park having fallen out of favour with manager Jurgen Klopp over a number of disciplinary issues last summer, and a return south was always the player's preferred option.
Liverpool had been holding out for £30m but after turning down £22m plus £3m in add-ons on Wednesday - Palace's third offer - the Reds decided to cut their losses on a player whom they have been trying to offload for a year.